Retail super funds reject MySuper delaysBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 4 SEP 2018 12:29PM
Several retail superannuation funds have rejected claims they fell below community standards and contravened the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act by delaying the transition of members into cheaper MySuper products.Read more: MySuper, NAB, CBA, AMP, Kenneth Hayne, Suncorp Master Trust, Michael Hodge, Andrew Hagger, ASIC, Colonial First State, Linda Elkins, NAB/MLC, Nicole Smith, NULIS
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